Amano chides Iran for not cooperating with IAEA inspectors

September 13, 2010 13:10

VIENNA— International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano on Monday warned that he cannot confirm that all of Iran's nuclear activities are peaceful because Teheran is not fully cooperating with his inspectors.

Amano also chided Iran for barring some of those inspectors and for stonewalling his agency's attempt to probe allegations that Teheran is interested in developing atomic arms.

Amano spoke at the start of a 35-nation board meeting of the IAEA.

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